Sunday Sundries: Literary Links from Around the Web (January 18th)

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Looking for some Sunday reading? Here are some literary links from around the web that you might have missed:

The Washington Post on how Harry Potter fans won a four-year fight against child slavery

Is writing now a rich man’s hobby instead of a career?

Flavorwire on the sexiest villains in literature

SF legend Ray Bradbury’s house was torn down

“The boy who came back from heaven” admits book was a hoax

Why college students still prefer paper to ebooks

Jason Diamond ranks every Thomas Pynchon novel

How Preparation for the Next Life became a big hit for Tyrant

Jeff VanderMeer recommends Alfred Kubin’s The Other Side (audio)

Francine Prose on how ereaders watch what you read

Leo Tolstoy’s theory of everything

Lastly, Slate looks at Electric Literature’s new lit mag, Okey-Panky

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